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Open Letter to Africans: BEFORE WE ACCEPTED THE EUROPEAN LIES, GOD TAUGHT AFRICANS LIBATION!

Dear Compatriots,

I must admit, we have been fed with lies since our first day at school. I don’t blame our teachers because some of them are part of a huge deluding mind control machine engineered in 1482 to accept lies as truth and truth as lies. But the best we can do is to educate ourselves to reject lies and accept truths!

God was too swift to answer prayers and pass judgment in the Old Testament days, do you know why? Have you ever asked how the ancient biblical prophets and patriarchs invoked God (Yahweh)? Dr J.B. Danquah and many Egyptologists, Assyrologists and anthropological researchers have superimposed most African tribal practices on ancient Egyptian, Babylonian, Akkadian and Sumerian practices and concluded, modern Africans are the remnants of great civilisations in antiquity; and the Bible is the stories of different African tribes. Kindly permit me to illumine an ancient tradition which was instituted by God but has been greatly demonised due to ignorance. The Christians tend to avoid the truth as told by the Bible due to excessive lies and brainwash taught by the theological schools.What Europeans and Christianity didn’t tell you is that the God in the Old Testament is an African God!

Libation is explained by most dictionaries as the act of pouring a liquid offering (especially wine) as a religious ceremony. Before Christianity invasion, libation was the commonest and most potent form of prayer among Africans/Akans. Libation was offered using palm wine, akpeteshie, and sometimes water depending on the occasion. It was practiced by the Israelites in the Old Testament days and was referred to as ‘drink offering’. It is still practiced by Africans but most have forgotten its origin and have been branded evil due to ignorance and theological miseducation imposed by alien religions.

Libation is so ancient that it preceded Moses. Genesis 35:14 (KJV)*: And Jacob set up a pillar of stone in a place where he talked with him, even a pillar of stone: and he poured a drink offering thereon, and he poured oil thereon. Jacob, grandson of Abraham, after wrestling with an angel/native spirit took a stone and poured libation on it. The chronological order of his words when pouring libation (drink offering) were not written in the Bible. If Jacob poured libation as an act of prayer, then, this was a tradition that was definitely handed to Isaac by Abraham. Jacob didn’t worship the stone pillar by pouring libation on it. The stone was consecrated to mark the place a sacred place to commune with God.

In African/Akan tradition, holy places are marked using consecrated inanimate objects like stones, stools, etc. and libations are poured on such objects. Was the act of Jacob different from what Africans/Akans still practice? If Europeans call brand libation as evil by pouring libation on inanimate objects, then, Jacob, the father of the twelve tribes of Israel, was also a 33rd Degree Satanist!

Priest pouring libation on a consecrated concrete structure like Jacob did in Genesis 35:14

After the Biblical migration of the Israelites from Egypt,  Moses was then instructed by God to reiterate the true ancient ways of invoking God and one of such traditions was libation. Why do we use wine (alcoholic beverage) mostly in pouring libation? In Akan, the famous portion used in libation offering is quart (quarter). Is this a mere coincidence? Leviticus 23:13(KJV): And the meat offering therefore shall be two tenth deals of fine flour mingled with oil, an offering made by fire unto the lord for a sweet savour: and the drink offering thereof shall be of wine, the fourth part of an hin. Numbers 28:7: And the drink offering therefore shall be the fourth part of an hin for the one lamb: in the holy place shall thou cause the strong wine to be poured unto the Lord for a drink offering. What is the practice instructed by God different from what Africans/Akans still do? Don’t demonise your chiefs and kings or anyone who offers ram as animal sacrifice and pour libation to God.  This act was instructed by God himself.

In antiquity, priests and kings would enter holy places barefooted; this was the reason why God (I Am That I Am) instructed Moses to remove his footwear at the holy ground. Have you now understood why footwear are removed before libation is poured? King Ahaz, David and Solomon all poured libation but the chronology of their invocations were not in the Bible.

Kindly permit me to use the Chronology of Akan libation invocation as illustration…

Pouring of libation is a significant act in Africa and the Old Testament.

Supreme Yahweh (Compulsory)

Tweaduampon Kwame, nsa

Osoro ne Asaase nsa,

Translation

TweAduampon Kwame, wine

Heaven and Earth, wine

Native Spirits/Angels (Optional)

Offin Kwabena, nsa

Bosomburu, nsa

Translation

Offin Kwabena, wine

Bosomburu, wine

*Ancestors (Optional)*

Gyamadua, Agona abusua s3manhyia, nsa;

Aberewa Musu, Aduana baapanin, nsa;

Okofo Boakari, woa woko pae asuo Flao mu, nsa;

Aseibu Amanfi, woa  woko gye Aseibuman, nsa;

Okomfo Anokye, wo a woboa Asanteman, nsa;

Ghana abusua nsamanfo) nyinaa mbegye nsa nom.

Translation

Gyamadua, redeemer of Agona Clan, wine

Aberewa Musu, great ancestress of Aduana Clan, wine.

Warrior Boakari, he who fought and parted Volta River into two, wine

Aseibu Amanfi, he who fought and redeemed Aseibu nation, wine

Priest Anokye, he who helped Asante nation, wine

All great ancestors from all clans in Ghana, come for wine.

Supreme God (Compulsory): In Akan, God is regarded as Saturday/Saturn just like the Israelites. The commanding being that rule on Saturday in Akan is called Amen. So children born on Saturdays are praised as dependers on Amen (odan Amen). Have you now realised the name Amen recited at end of prayers is Akan or african in origin?God is called “Tweaduampon or Twene-Adu-ampon Kwame” translated “Dependable Adu whose day is Saturday. He is omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscience and He is regarded as the ultimate source of power. In libation chronology, He is the only supreme deity that is worshipped. All other spirits are just venerated.

Native Spirits/Angels (Optional): These are the next in line forces that are invoked in Akan libation. In ancient, some of these forces were not invoked. How come they are now invoked? These spirits are not worshipped but are just acknowledge (special article would be written on this). Acknowledging someone for good done is not same as worshipping the person. When migration became necessary, our ancestors moved and occupied new lands. What do you do when you move to a new room? You obviously ask the landlord (first occupant of the land/builder of the house) the dos and don’ts. When you bless the landlord during prayers for giving you a place, are you worshipping the landlord? When our ancestors occupied new lands, people (native spirits) had already occupied some of these places. Just because spirits don’t vibrate within this visible white light spectrum for the normal eyes to see them doesn’t mean they don’t exist.

Some of these spirits occasionally manifested in physical forms like the native spirit that wrestled with Jacob in the Bible. They give the dos and don’ts at their territories; through this, taboos and sacred days came into existence. These spirits are just acknowledged but not worshipped during libation. They are regarded as neighbours (allies) of higher intellects who would come to our aid in times of trouble when called upon. ! *In the Book of Enoch (8:1-4), Azazel, Amezarak, and other fallen angels taught mankind astronomy, astrology, magic, art of healing, etc. Without technology, can you and your family survive in a place like Kakum or Amazon Forest without knowledge in herbology and how to see beyond the visible light in the electromagnetic spectrum? It is not compulsory to invoke nature spirits in libation if you don’t owe gratitude to any of them.

*Ancestors (Optional)*: These are the last spirits that are invoked during libation. Not everyone qualifies to be an ancestor. To qualify as an ancestor, one must have lived a long life and died natural death, morally upright and have served humanity, married and had children. The ancestors are similar to the Catholic saints but living people can’t be ancestors in Africa unlike the Catholics who can have living saints. Our ancestors were philosophers and social engineers. They knew man would be patriotic and live an upright life only when such people are honored even after their death. This portion of libation was involved to venerate our ancestors who sacrificed themselves for greater good of societies. It is same as when Christians say, God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, etc. Do they worship these patriarchs by invoking/mentioning them in prayers? Or do Muslims worship Mohammed (SAW) when they revere him? What makes it satanic if ancestors are invoked during libation? It is not compulsory to invoke ancestors but I know showing appreciation for their sacrifices would be a kind gesture. You are because your ancestors were – you are their living DNA! If Europeans call their ancestors founding fathers and revere them during great occasions, why should we allow ourselves to be chained mentally and ignore our ancestors?

We are because our ancestors were. So we must remember them in prayers.

Moses after warning the ‘Israelites’ about the dos, don’ts and awaiting dooms on the Promised Land, he invoked God in a typical African tribal style to seal his prophecies, “… I call heaven and earth…” which is translated, “…me fr3 osoro ne asaase…” (Deut 30:19). Libation is not demonic, but a very potent means of invoking God to answer prayers swiftly. Comparative analyses proves that invocations through libation, works quicker than normal oratory prayers.

Let us emancipate ourselves and others by staying tuned as I bring to you mind blowing truths behind our cultural practices!A great deal on this subject has been discussed in my yet to be published book, “Before Hail Mary, God Taught Africans Libation”.

Thank you very much.

Yours in service,

Epistles of Boadu

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